New York City...a church that was spared ruin on September 11th, 2001.
This scene is played out in all of the major cities around the world and thank goodness for it. The contrast of old historic buildings against the backdrop of modern superstructures. Often the historic center of a city remains as a testament to it's founders and the city elders had enough foresight to preserve them for future generations. At one time these old buildings were on the "cutting edge" of their time. Let's hope that in the day of our grandchild's child, he or she will see a remnant of Times Square or the Chicago Loop as they visit the cities of the future.
1156 - Harvest - Sunday Whirl (Wordle #321) presents a list of words that we must incorporate in a writing piece. The words this week are: possible, pretense, individua...
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